St Pauls

Posted by Andrew Atkinson (Hartlepool, United Kingdom) on 27 January 2013 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

This is a really tricky shot to capture in the daytime due to the volume of the people around. The bridge was also vibrating so was concerned about the length of the exposure.

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Andrew

Bruno F from Planète Terre, Europe, France

Really good shot, but it's a pity we can not see it in a larger format... Very beautiful

27 Jan 2013 5:46am

@Bruno F: Thanks Bruno, I think you maybe onto something there, may print it out large and see what its like.

Tracy from Charlotte, United States

I love this! The moving people make this image something new, edgy and exciting! I agree with Bruno- this would make a wonderful large print for the wall!

27 Jan 2013 11:18am

@Tracy: Thanks Tracy and congrats on the recent spotlight

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I zoomed it up full screen and all of the main elements look sharp enough Adrian. I love the effect of the moving people.

27 Jan 2013 1:48pm

@Curly: Thanks for checking Curly. Maybe its time to go to Sprecsavers, my names Andrew :-) You've been calling me Adrian for the past few comments :-)

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Senior moments eh??

27 Jan 2013 1:59pm

@Curly: We al have them :-)

franz from Baden, Austria

i love the symmetry and the tonal range here, plus the blur caused by the pedestrians adds a sinister element ...

27 Jan 2013 6:17pm

@franz: thanks franz

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

excellent and very well balanced composition!

28 Jan 2013 2:00pm

@DarkElf: Thanks

Ian Bramham from Manchester, United Kingdom

This one turned out really nicely Andrew!

8 Feb 2013 8:23am

Nikon D800
16 second
F/8.0
ISO 100
60 mm (35mm equiv.)

st-pauls
london
uk
bridge

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